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In the first episode of Resilience Radio, my colleague Jacqueline will interview me, asking questions about what resilience is, why it's important, and whether/how people can develop resilience. We'd love to have you call in and ask questions, too!
Daryl Conner is a writer, consultant, and thought leader in the field of organizational change and strategy execution. His first book, Managing at the Speed of Change, summarized a series of patterns that organizations can use to support the resilience of individuals when going through major change. In this episode we talk about how Daryl got started in this work, why organizations are such a great place to study human responses to change, and what he's thinking about these days.
In the first episode of Resilience Radio, my colleague Jacqueline interviews me, asking questions about what resilience is, why it's important, and whether/how people can develop resilience. You'll also hear a little about my forthcoming book and have the opportunity to download a free advance chapter.
Have you ever been clear about what you wanted to do, but found it difficult to make the leap? Over the past several years, Jeff Hendler has quit his corporate job, ended his marriage, moved to Mexico and then to Colombia, and started his own coaching business. We talk about some of the setbacks he's encountered and lessons he's learned along the way and how he's kept himself moving toward his dreams.
Navy SEAL and best-selling author, Eric Greitens offers a masterpiece of warrior wisdom. In 2012, Eric unexpectedly heard from a former brother SEAL. Zach Walker had been one of the toughest of the tough. But since his return home from war, he’d been plagued by PTSD and masking his pain with heavy drinking. Zach and Eric started writing and talking daily as Eric set down his thoughts on what it takes to build resilience in our lives.
Eric’s letters –drawing on both his own experience and wisdom from ancient and modern thinkers—are now gathered and edited into this timeless guidebook.
Tags: Eric Greitens, Resilience, SEAL, Zach Walker, PTSD, war, Obama, hardship, drinking
"The world needs us to make our visions for change real."--Brinkley Hutchings
Resilience isn't just about reacting to the problems we encounter in life. We also use resilience when we encounter obstacles in trying to achieve important goals. Brinkley Hutchings talks about her passion for helping young people learn about the outdoors, her journey from burnt-out activist to coach, and her love of supporting people with big dreams. She offers tips for people who are frustrated in trying to achieve a big dream, and describes how she sustains the energy to pursue her own dreams.
You can learn more about her work here.
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MEET: Zaheen Nanji's new release The Resilience Reflex is engaging and not only provides 8 keys to overcoming barriers, but outlines Zaheen’s 3-step signature system.
Reading this book will inspire you to find solutions to your most pressing personal and professional challenges. The book includes inspiring success stories and self-assessment questions that help the reader discover their limiting patterns and how they can change them.
Teresita Glasgow will use this show to rebroadcast a radio show recording of an interview with some of the co-authors of the book Resilience Living Life By Design, By Dr. Deana Murphy. The interviewer is Angeline Lawrence from the Shine and Grind show, Angeline interviews Dr.Deana Murphy, Mabel Jones-Hansford (MJ), Denise Haney, Angela Brown and Teresita Glasgow about their contribution to the book Resilience Living Life By Design. The book has been endorsed by Barbara Corcoran of the Shark Tank and Marshawn Evans-Daniels of The Apprentice and oother female leaders.
As a dynamic consultant, coach, and educator, Sarah Scala has over 15 years of experience in supporting organization development, leadership, and change management for diverse organizations. She is passionate about creating solutions that strengthen interpersonal skills and support change with individuals, teams, and organizations.
We met when Sarah was giving a presentation on “Sustaining Success through Mindfulness, Optimism, Resilience and Grit.” I was especially interested around the topic of resilience and grit and how Millennials fit into the equation. Do we have resilience and grit as a generation? Most older generations would argue that these core elements are lacking in this generation? Can we build grit and resilience?
Organizational change presents lots of opportunities for resilience. In this show, Heather Stagl, founder of Enclaria, talks about how change agents can deal with the frustration of trying to get things done without formal authority.
Heather equips individuals and teams to influence change at work through individual coaching, team workshops, and training programs, drawing on her years of experience in implementing strategic initiatives. She is a blogger and radio host of the "Influence Change at Work" show on BlogTalkRadio. She is also the author of 99 Ways to Influence Change and the change management toolkit, the Irresistible Change Guide.
Heather holds a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from Northwestern University and an MBA in Leadership and Change Management from DePaul University. She currently serves on the board of Organization Change Alliance, a learning community of organization development and change management practitioners in metro Atlanta.
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